Adhi Jaya Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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After now a week of Promises and Lies I got tired of this despite Kupang is not a bad place to Vacationing.... although not much much to do. a local Motorcycle Shop which uses Avgas for their Racing Bikes had 1/2 Drum of Avgas...don't know how old , Quality but I will give it a try to make it to Bali together with whats left in the Tanks from Australia. The Shop probably cobbled it up from the Airport from an Airplane which ...
... aroma that is comparable to vomit. If you can stand the smell, it's available in Durian ice cream and candy. It's not on my list of things to experiment with today, but neither is the Copi Luwak.
We stop at a coffee plantation on the way down the mountain, and follow an old man into the shaded retreat where coffee of several imported and local varieties are growing alongside ginger and cinnamon. Balinese coffee plantations are shared ...
... of Kuta (Poppies 1 & 2 where all the market stalls are with bars, restaurants and surf shops, Kuta square, home to expensive surf branded shops, and of course Kuta Beach, where surf boards line the trees) it was clear that Kuta hadn't changed that much, it was, on the outside a busy bustling little place, great for cheap clothes, good food, and a surfers paradise...if you're into that.
... within minutes of the dive. Although reluctant to move on we continued forward spotting a large ray swimming overhead, two cuttle fish swimming past and a whole host of other incredible underwater creatures and some more turtles. This was by far the best diving experience we'd had (sorry Simon) and so we were really sad to leave the island and also Manon and Eveline the next day to return to Kuta. We tried to use the ferry back to Bali as a sunbathing opportunity but ...
... wave. And although pretty difficult for newbies like us we could still manage to catch a few but it was also pretty cool just watching the more experienced guys riding them. After a day on the waves we hit the town and after dinner straight to Bar street. Bar street was a hectic Magaluff style pumping street full of bars and clubs and packed with not only 18-30s but also many older, rather larger, very much louder, completely ****** up Aussies. Great fun. The next day and ...